Kate Upton has a point: Writers must do better with baseball awards voting
Kate Upton had a point. Her math is off, her facts are off, but she had a point.
Sorry, Kate, no writer should be fired for failing to vote for your fiance, Justin Verlander, for the American League Cy Young Award.
But, with all due respect to the Baseball Writers Association of America — of which I am a proud member — the omission of Verlander from the ballot by both Tampa Bay voters is indeed an indication that we can do a better job choosing the voters for our awards.
"Hey @MLB I thought I was the only person allowed to f--k @JustinVerlander ?!" she shared with her 2.2 million Twitter followers. "What 2 writers didn't have him on their ballot?"
She continued, "He had the majority of 1st place votes and 2 writers didn't have him on their ballots?!! Can you pick more out of touch people to vote? @MLB. Sorry Rick but you didn't get any 1st place votes? You didn't win. #ByeFelicia @MLB Keep up with the times and fire those writers."....
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